posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 11:19 PM
Very interesting video. Last fall, specifically October, November and the beginning of December, I heard similar rumbling occuring during the early
morning hours anywhere between 1 am and 4 am. I can only describe it as sounding like low rumbling thunder that didn't stop. I could not distinguish
where it was coming from, only that it generally came from west of my home, and to put that in perspective, I live north of Memphis, and west of me
would be towards the Mississippi River and Arkansas. It wasn't loud enough to wake people up out of their sleep, but, I am a light sleeper and
immediately realized that it was very out of the ordinary. This occured almost every night, well, at least every night that I woke up during the
middle of the night to notice. I was a bit scared, because I know this isn't normal, and stayed inside while this was going on, so I didn't notice
if there were any lights associated with it. I, myself, somehow think it was connected to the earthquakes in Arkansas that have been going steady
since last year. I have no proof, it's just a hunch, but too much of a coincidence that this weird noise is coming from the direction of non-stop
swarming earthquakes. I posted about this noise on Westcoast's thread for Strange Happenings in Washington State.
I have not read through this thread yet, but I am going to because if there are any possible explanations, I'd love to know what they are.